From the Resources Tab, you can enable, disable, and create a new resource type to associate with the instance.
Select the checkbox for the desired resource.
From the New drop down menu, select the resource type you want to create and associate with that instance:
JDBC: provide applications with a means of connecting to a database.
Persistence Manager: required for applications with container-managed persistence beans (needed for backward compatibility).
JMS Connection Factory: objects that allow an application to create other JMS objects programmatically.
JMS Destination: represents a mail session in the JavaMail API, which provides a platform-independent and protocol-independent framework to build mail and messaging applications.
JavaMail: provides a platform-independent and protocol-independent framework to build mail and messaging applications.
Custom: represents nonstandard resources with a defined JNDI subcontext, resource type, and factory class.
External: enables an application to locate an external resource object in a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) repository.
Connector: a program object that provides an application with a connection to an enterprise information systems (EIS).
Admin Object: configures a JSR-160 compliant remote JMX connector.