I want to use more than one column for the event subject. Is that possible?
Yes, that is possible but not within the bean.
There are two ways to achieve this:
1. When you work with a query to create your dataset you can concatenate the two columns within the dataset like CONCAT(col1, col2).
2. You can also create an additional column with a stored calculation, concatenating the columns.
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