Java : Json with duplicate keys to map using Jackson

I have a json file with same key but different values as follows,

{
    "domains" : {
        "A" : {
            "name" : "a",
            "type" : "a1"
        },
        "B"  :{
            "name" : "r",
            "type" : "g1"
         },
        "A" : {
           "name" : "b",
           "type" : "b1"
        }
    }
}

which is coming from external system.
How to convert the json to java map object and access the different values of the key: A

I am using something like below,

map = mapper.readValue(json, new TypeReference<HashMap<String,String>>(){});

which returns a map with unique keys. But I need a map object to hold all the data from json file.

Anyway to achieve this?

I agree with comments by @fge.

But if you really insists on solving this, you could sub-class HashMap (or any other Map), override its put method, and handle duplicates using whatever mechanism you want. Just make sure your Map has a no-arguments constructor.

Guava may also have a datatype that would allow retaining duplicates (Multimap?). If so, you will want to use Jackson’s Guava module: https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson-datatype-guava