To Keep Track of WebLogic Data Sources, you have to open the WebLogic Administration Console. You need to Click the “Lock and Edit” button in the “Change Center” that can be found in the upper left corner of the console in order to lock the WebLogic domain configuration, giving you sole access to domain configuration settings that let you to work with data sources. After that, Move to the Domain Structure panel in the Administration Console. You must expand the “Services” section, the “JDBC” Data Source subsection and pick “Configuration” to open a general configuration page where you mayadd or bind existing data sources to the JNDI tree.
Then, enter the names of existing data sources into the JNDI section of the Configuration page each on the separate line for inclusion in the JNDI tree. Next, Click “Save” and restart your WebLogic server to load the data source objects into the JNDI tree. Forth, Reopen the WebLogic Administration Console. You should move to the Domain Structure Panel. You can expand the “Environment” and “Server” sections in order to open a Server Summary page. You have to click the name of the server to open its Server Settings page. You need to pick “View JNDI Tree” to view a listing of all your data sources in the JNDI tree.