In our policies, we have "Add audit details" assertion written after each execution to see if the request has passed that step just in case if it had failed midway in processing. I have set the "Add Audit detail" assertion to "Audits" instead of logs and threshold as "WARNING". In spite of setting the assertion to "Audits", I can see all these entries, even "Info" level entries recorded in the SSG logs (ssg_*_*.log) and for level above "warning" it is stored in internal DB. My question is that, Immaterial of whether we choose to store these messages from "Add audit detail" assertion in log or audit, it gets stored in logs...Is this a right behavior? Is there a way I can stop the messages from "Add Audit detail" assertion being written to SSG logs and just store it in DB?