Before you begin
If you haven't done so already, create a Foreign JNDI Provider. For more information, see Create a foreign JNDI provider.
A Foreign JNDI Object Link represents a local link to an object in a foreign (remote) JNDI tree. After you create a foreign JNDI provider you can add foreign JNDI links that set up a relationship between a name in your local JNDI tree and the object in the remote tree.
To create object links to a foreign JNDI provider:
The name is added to the list of foreign links. You can access the properties by clicking the name in this list.