If multiple items in a document have the same name, programmatic access is limited to the first item. The remaining items yield invalid data. A work-around is to get the first item, process it, remove it, again get the first item (which was the second item), and so on until you process all the items with the same name. If you do not save the document, the items are not actually removed. However, the recommendation is that you avoid creating multiple items with the same name.
This is a small screen shot from the traditional properties dialog:
BTW, it's wrong. You may still have an access to those fields by NotesDocument.Items array. I mean, I think there is. I will try it in a minute :)
My previous blog post was ’Hot’!
Sat, Dec 7th 2013 2:47a Serdar Basegmez Yesterday, I have blogged about the renewal of my IBM Champion title. This morning I woke up with lots of notifications on my mobile. Apparently, my dear friend Bruce liked my blog post very much and he has posted it everywhere (Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin Google Plus). The real surprise was on PlanetLotus waiting for me :) Wow! I must be really famous and people want to know about my happiness. Thank you all! :) OK I'm joking. Many of you know it but for those who are not aware of [read] Keywords: ibm
Still part of it: IBM Champions
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Change is good...
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A mini-guide to understand what’s going on: Turkish Summer...
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Two critical HTTP problems in Domino 9...
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Happy Pi Day present: Pi Calculator for XPages...