The first step to updating or fixing a document is to set the "Run on Behalf of" value to an ID with sufficient access to the system. For example, our company uses a generic ID to sign our Lotus Notes Domino databases, which saves us from changing the "Run on Behalf of" value every time we make an agent change.
The next step is to run the following agent, which operates on a schedule from the development server.
This agent is a single-value replace. It could, however, include a function -- which you'll find below -- that lets you replace an element of a string or expand the replace, which details it with multiple value fields.
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