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I have table_one
id(int), name(varchar)

example recordset from table_one
1000 Testone
1001 Testtwo
1002 Testthree

joined on table_two
id(int), sdate(date), edate(date)

example recordset from table_two
1000 01/12/2019     02/15/2019
1000 02/16/2019     03/15/2019
1000 03/16/2019     04/19/2019
1002 01/16/2019     02/13/2019
1002 02/14/2019     04/17/2019

This is a one to many relationship with table_one being primary
I want to select only one row from table_two that has the latest edate value

So result set of desired query would be

1000 Testone 03/16/2019     04/19/2019
1002 Testthree   02/14/2019     04/17/2019

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