Could I ask you two questions about "Robots" as below?
In Application performance analysis, how does Dynatrace recognize User type "Robots"? Is it IP address?
And, on the Application performance analysis, can I check the IP address of Robots?
As Sebastian stated, robots are detected by their UserAgent string.
Even robots have IP addresses, and this can be found when you drill into the User Session data and look at individual sessions. To filter into just Robots, in the top Filtered By field, enter "User Type" with 'robots' as the value.
As Sebastian said, it's not possible thru the user GUI. If you find a robot that is not being recognized properly, open a support ticket and we can initiate a change to the Robot database to have them properly recognized.
Actually, I deal with identification of robots that are performing synthetic tests using various testing tools (Selenium, TestComplete) that in fact are running real browsers. Albeit changing the user-agent string in the browsers is possible, there is no method how to define a custom user agent string as bot. Seems as a valid RFE.