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how to restrict to specific columns of both tables data when joining two tables in hibernate

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i am joining two tables and fetching data from both tables.

String hql = "from Supplier s inner join fetch s.products as p";
              Query query = session.createQuery(hql);

it will execute below query;

select supplier0_.id as id1_0_, products1_.id as id0_1_, supplier0_.name as name1_0_, products1_.name as name0_1_, products1_.description as descript3_0_1_, products1_.price as price0_1_, products1_.supplierId as supplierId0__, products1_.id as id0__ from Supplier supplier0_ inner join Products products1_ on supplier0_.id=products1_.supplierId

if i have 50 columns in Supplier and 100 columns in Products table then all those columns will come in this query;i want only specific columns  say 10 columns from both of these tables supplier and products then how will u reqrite this query?
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