sorry for the inconvenience, we are lacking a bit of documentation there and will update it accordingly.
Philipp already explained perfectly well what the audit system is. To get rid of the warning, you need to use one of two annotations for every method you are exposing as REST method. These are:
@NoAuditEvent - If this method is not triggering any actions which should be contained in the audit trail
@AuditEvent - If this action should be contained in the audit trail. It requires the
type parameter which expects a string of the format:
<namespace>:<entity>:<action>. So, if you are e.g. developing a plugin for single sign-on, a possible type could be
If you are introducing custom types, you need to define them in a subclass of
AuditEventTypes as an example) which needs to be registered with the binder by using
addAuditEventTypes() in your plugin’s module.
I hope this helps, if you have any further questions or get stuck, feel free to ask.