Simple implementation of the Quartz Job interface, applying the
passed-in JobDataMap and also the SchedulerContext as bean property
values. This is appropriate because a new Job instance will be created
for each execution. JobDataMap entries will override SchedulerContext
entries with the same keys.
For example, let's assume that the JobDataMap contains a key
"myParam" with value "5": The Job implementation can then expose
a bean property "myParam" of type int to receive such a value,
i.e. a method "setMyParam(int)". This will also work for complex
types like business objects etc.
Note that the preferred way to apply dependency injection
to Job instances is via a JobFactory: that is, to specify
SpringBeanJobFactory as Quartz JobFactory (typically via
SchedulerFactoryBean.setJobFactory(org.quartz.spi.JobFactory) SchedulerFactoryBean's "jobFactory" property}).
This allows to implement dependency-injected Quartz Jobs without
a dependency on Spring base classes.