Executor's Command are dedicated to contain purely business logic that should be executed.
It should not have any reference to underlying process engine and should not be concerned
with any process runtime related logic such us completing work item, sending signals, etc.
Information that are taken from process will be delivered as part of data instance of
CommandContext. Depending on the execution context that data can vary but
in most of the cases following will be given:
businessKey - usually unique identifier of the caller
callbacks - FQCN of the CommandCollback that shall be used on command completion
When executed as part of the process (work item handler) additional data can be expected:
workItem - the actual work item that is being executed with all it's parameters
processInstanceId - id of the process instance that triggered this work
deploymentId - if given process instance is part of an active deployment
Important note about implementations is that it shall always be possible to be initialized with default constructor
as executor service is an async component so it will initialize the command on demand using reflection.
In case there is a heavy logic on initialization it should be placed in another service implementation that
can be looked up from within command.