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Conditions for dependent entites on fetching?

 
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I am trying to execute a JPQL query using toplink, where an entity fetches its dependent entities, but would like to filter those entities based on status. Situation is as follows:

Customer class has a set of numbers
Number class has a status which can be 0, or 1

to select a customer with a certain id:

SELECT c FROM Customer c left join fetch c.numbers n WHERE n.status = 0 AND c.id = ?id

gives a toplink exception, "unexpected token: n"
 
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