Lotus Notes Error: the form and subform formName ,SubFormName both have a field entitled fieldName.

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Hi all, Can any body have idea why the following notes error is thrown? Error, the form and subform formName | SubFormName both have a field entitled fieldName. formName  : name of form SubFormName : name of subform fieldName :  field name Thanks and regards santosh

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This is a easy one. Field names on a notes form must be unique, this would include any fields on included subforms. So if you have a field call City on the main form and change an included subform to contain a field call City you will get the error. Also if you have more than 1 subform included and both subforms have the field City, you will get the error.

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  • Stiletto
    Um, because FormA and SubformZ both contain a field named FieldX?
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  • shivasanjay
    subform becomes the part of the form in which it is used, thus  a form with two fields of same name is not possible, but it can be used in another form where same field is not there.
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