I first received a rejection for short-stay tourist visa from Swiss consulate. I was going to multiple countries so in my haste to salvage my trip and money I lodged in a new application at the Slovenian embassy a day later. My intention wasn't to take advantage of a loophole, I had purposely altered my plans to not have to cancel my trip and made the stay in Slovenia the longest in the itinerary. Then I came online and found that visa shopping is an issue and is frowned upon. So I immediately withdrew my application by sending in a letter. I got my passport and all original application material two days later without any letter/written-directive from the embassy.
My question is: whether my request to withdraw will be entered in VIS. Do I need to address this scenario next time I submit an application. In New York, where I apply, you do not go face-to-face with an interviewer to explain the circumstances. Rather everything is handled through VFS (the very definition of evil corporation). So at best I can write a cover-letter and am wondering whether the visa-officer will know of this withdrawn application and, as a result, would it need addressing.