Org Based Commands
OrgFlow commands are split into two categories: org-based, and Stack Based Commands.
Org based commands are not stateful, whereas stack-based commands are. This means that org-based commands connect directly to your Salesforce organisations, and you need to tell them how to do this (i.e. you cannot use the Stack and Environment records in your State Store ).
When you run an org-based command, you usually need to specify details about your Salesforce credentials to tell OrgFlow which Salesforce organisation to target.
Org-based commands are the building blocks of OrgFlow. Stack-based commands often orchestrate the execution of several org-based commands (combined with data from the state store) to achieve their functionality. Very few users have a need to venture to org-based commands; stack-based commands are usually more than enough to achieve even your most complex requirements.