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Create a subform in VB.net

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Last Modified: 2015-08-18

I'm trying to convert my current Ms Access database into VB.net using Visual Studio 2013.  I'm getting stuck on a number of things, one no more so than trying to setup a 'subform' on a form.

Currently my Access form has its main datasource set from tblBatches and there is a subform at the bottom set to tblReference_data.

For every entry in the tblBatches table there are a number of references in the tblReference_data table.  (1 to many)

How would  replicate this is VB.net (Visual Studio 2013)?  They are linked via Batch Reference from both forms

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