Agent Builder can create resource types for applications having more than one independent process tree. These process trees are independent in the sense that PMF monitors and starts them individually. PMF starts each process tree with its own tag.
In the case of a base application with multiple independent process trees, you cannot specify a single command line to start the application. Rather, you must create a text file, with each line specifying the full path to a command to start one of the application's process trees. This file must not contain any blank lines. You specify this text file in the Start Command text field in the Configure screen.
You must also make certain this text file does not have execute permissions. This enables Agent Builder to distinguish this file, whose purpose is to start multiple process trees, from a simple executable script containing multiple commands. If this text file is given execute permissions, the resources would come up fine on a cluster, but all the commands would be started under one PMF tag, precluding the possibility of monitoring and restarting the process trees individually by PMF.