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using @Where with joins

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Yes, in the end I will no use view. I am gonna just add an extra column to my place and tag table. I will have rewrite all the queries to include a statement like "AND state=my.package.State.ACTIVE" which is quite ugly and brings me an other question...

I don't know if I should create a new thread for this but, while I'm doing my refactoring, all my queries now looks like this

@Query("SELECT p FROM Place WHERE AND p.state=my.package.State.ACTIVE");
public List<Place> getPlaces();

I know that with Hibernate there is a way to put a "@Where (clause="state='ACTIVE?"); on the Entity (so i can remove that AND condition). This works well on simply query like the one above
But when I do join... it doesn't work like I would like. This is my Entity schema.

Now my question would be how can make this statement ONLY return the places and tags that are ACTIVE ?

Is this possible? Or will I have to write the query Explicitly ?

Thank you
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