[JAVA] Test the integrity of the aggregation using ArchUnit ③

Another version of Testing aggregate consistency using ArchUnit ①

    static ArchRule aggregate_object_only_be_accessed_from_root =
            .should().onlyBeAccessed().byClassesThat(new DescribedPredicate<JavaClass>("is AggregateRoot") {
            public boolean apply(JavaClass input) {
                return input.getAnnotations().stream().anyMatch(a -> a.toString().equals("AggregateRoot"));

If @AggregateRoot is added to the aggregate root, it can be judged simply. The place to extract annotations should be able to be written a little more beautifully ...

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