Meaning of JOB in PNODE READY on CA WA ESP Edition

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Products

CA Workload Automation ESP Edition

Issue/Introduction

I want to know if the resource has been satisfied when the JOB is in PNODE READY.

The doc below is confusing:
https://techdocs.broadcom.com/us/en/ca-mainframe-software/automation/ca-workload-automation-esp-edition/12-0/reference/commands/appljob-aj-command-control-jobs-and-subapplications.html

READY
Removes all job dependencies (except resources) from a job (including time, predecessors, manual hold).

Environment

Release : 11.4 & 12.0

Component : CA ESP WORKLOAD AUTOMATION

Resolution

A JOB is READY when it enters PNODE=READY (i.e. all time dependencies satisfied, HC=0, no hold or wait and all resources available).

And READY means differently in following conditions:

#1 "AJ  <jobname>  READY" does not necessarily result in PNODE READY. It does remove all waits and holds but not resources.

#2 Message below does not necessarily mean that the JOB has PNODE READY (i.e. it could be RESWAIT):
ESP6633I APPLMGR: APPL TEST02.6 JOB TEST1 READIED