Why do we need abstract Access? Do I understand correctly how it works?
Do I understand correctly that it only needs to read the annotations with attributes/getters? I can write, which of these statements are correct and which are not?
If the class is Access.FIELD, the reading annotations will be attributes if the PROPERTY - then methods.
And if the class is FIELD, and one method - PROPERTY, then the entire class will read the annotations from the attributes, and where PROPERTY - the method.
And the question is: why do so? Why write these extra annotations, when you can just change the annotation in the code at accessoru/attributes?