Two message mapping in one interface mapping

hi,
my scenario is idoc to file and i am using java mapping(not UDF) for some fields as well as graphical for rest of the fields.
I want to add these two mapping program in one interface mapping to generate final target, but the problem is it is not creating final file structure, but when i add only one mapping(either one) it works fine. 
I'm doing this because I have to add value mapping, after the value i get through java mapping or is it possible to use static value mapping within the java mapping itself.
Please help.....

Hi,
In addition to what Moorthy said you first test mapping individually and see if it works fine. While testing you make sure you are giving the right input, I mean if Java mapping comes second you need to give the output XML of the Graphical mapping or vice versa.
Hope in Java mapping is done properly and you are returning the expected structure as output. For example if you are using Java mapping as the first one your ouput should be exaclty like that of source structure with the values filled.
Regards,
Prakash

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