just look a little deeper at the api. you can retrieve the children of a token
I think that this is what you are looking for:
where context is the ExecutionContext in you ActionHandler
Remember if you don't have concurrent paths of execution(like if you use a fork) or a subprocess(like if you use a process-state), you only have one token.. and that token have a pointer to the current node.
Hope it helps
I actually found a way..
the context.getToken().getName() works only when you have access to ExecutionContext
However I had this managed bean (JSF world) that had access to ProcessInstance..
the way i found my current token is via..