You don't . See the usage of @Audited, @NotAudited and targetAuditMode in the manual.
you're right, but you can tell me what limitations I has the inheritance, because I have problems using discrimination, because i lost the inheritance.....
Class A (parent) Table A
Class B extends A. Table A, discriminator "B"
Class C extends A. Table A, discriminator "C" <------ Auditable and only the columns define inside of C are created en A_AUD....
If you marked only C as auditable then only fields defined there will be audited. If you want fields in A audited, you will have to mark it as audited.