Viewing intercepts that are registered with HCL OneTest Server

After you install the HTTP proxies and configure them with your offline user token, the proxies register with HCL OneTest Server as intercepts and you can view the registered intercepts on the Agents and Intercepts page.

Before you begin

You must have completed the following tasks:
  • Installed the HTTP proxies of the same version as the version of HCL OneTest Server.
  • Configured the HTTP proxy with your offline user token so that the proxy can register as an intercept with HCL OneTest Server. See Setting up the HTTP proxy.


  1. Log in to HCL OneTest Server.
  2. Click Infrastructure > Agents and Intercepts in the navigation pane.

    The Agents and Intercepts page is displayed.

    You can view the agents, intercepts, or Docker hosts that are registered with HCL OneTest Server.

  3. You can view the intercepts that you own in any of the following ways:
    • Search for the intercept by entering the name of the intercept in the Search field.
      Note: You can enter either the full name or any text that is in the name. The search is enabled for case-sensitive text that you can enter.
    • Sort the Type column to show the items sorted with the intercepts in the rows at the top of the table.
    • Sort the Agents column and identify the intercepts by their names or by their owner.
    You can view the following details about the intercepts that are registered with HCL OneTest Server:
    • Any project is displayed in the Projects column indicating that the intercept can be used by virtual services in any project.
    • The status of the intercept is displayed in the Status column.


You have viewed the registered intercepts from the Agents and Intercepts page.

What to do next

You can start the virtual services that use the registered intercepts. See Configuring a run of a virtual service.