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How to put a condition on a condition in SQL

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I'm trying to write a query to list sales orders that have SKUs that have a Hazmat ID attached to them.  I'm looking for 2 different Hazmat ID's. I can get the orders with the Hazmat skus to come up but I want to refine the search. The only orders I need to be return are orders that has SKUs with quantities of =<3 for Hazmat code 'LIA311' and =<5 for Hazmat code 'LIA511'
select IN_.HAZMAT_ID, OR_.SO_BR_ID||OR_.SO_ID, OR_.CUST_NAME, OR_.STATUS, OR_.CARRIER_ROUTE,OR_1.PART_ID, OR_1.QTY_ORDERED, OR_.PICK_BATCH_ID
from CSI.IN_INFORMATION IN_, CSI.OR_HEADER OR_, CSI.OR_LINE OR_1
where OR_1.PART_ID = IN_.PART_ID
	and OR_.SO_BR_ID = OR_1.SO_BR_ID
	and OR_.SO_ID = OR_1.SO_ID
	and (IN_.HAZMAT_ID IN ('LIA311', 'LIA511'))
	and (OR_.STATUS = 'R')
    and (OR_.CARRIER_ROUTE in ('F1', 'F2', 'FO', 'FS', 'UO', 'UB', 'US', 'U3', 'CL', 'PG'))

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Hi try this ...
SELECT IN_.HAZMAT_ID,
       OR_.SO_BR_ID || OR_.SO_ID,
       OR_.CUST_NAME,
       OR_.STATUS,
       OR_.CARRIER_ROUTE,
       OR_1.PART_ID,
       OR_1.QTY_ORDERED,
       OR_.PICK_BATCH_ID
FROM   CSI.IN_INFORMATION IN_,
       CSI.OR_HEADER      OR_,
       CSI.OR_LINE        OR_1
WHERE  OR_1.PART_ID = IN_.PART_ID
AND    OR_.SO_BR_ID = OR_1.SO_BR_ID
AND    OR_.SO_ID = OR_1.SO_ID
AND    ( (IN_.HAZMAT_ID = 'LIA311' AND OR_1.QTY_ORDERED <= 3) OR
         (IN_.HAZMAT_ID = 'LIA511' AND OR_1.QTY_ORDERED <= 5) )
AND    (OR_.STATUS = 'R')
AND    (OR_.CARRIER_ROUTE IN ('F1', 'F2', 'FO', 'FS', 'UO', 'UB', 'US', 'U3', 'CL', 'PG'))

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Thanks just what I was looking for.
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