SSIS passing result set from one sql task to other

i have a sql task which executes a stored procedure which has some variables in it,i want to use the result set to input to next sql tasks in do i achieve this.
it looks like this

cretae proc sp1(@ par1 int,@par2 varchar(50),@par3 varchar(50))
as begin
declare @var1 varchar(50)
declare @var2 int
declare @var3 int

update -----


select @var1=some calculated value
select @var2=some calculated value


create proc sp2(@var1 varchar(50))

create proc sp3(@var2  int)

i am using a sql task to execute the sp1,i need to givs these varibles inside the sp1 as the parameters to next 2 sql tasks which executes sp2 and can we do this.

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Reza RadConsultant, TrainerCommented:
add two package variable, set scope as package level , and set datatypes.let's name them var1 and var2
in first execute sql task, set result set to single row.
and in result set tab, set index for var1 as 0 and for var2 as 1
in second execute sql task , use question mark as parameter in sql command and set parameter in parameter tab with var1 .
do same thing for third execute sql task.

note that your first stored procedure should return data in this manner: select @var1,@var2 inside the stored procedure.

let me know where do you have problem on implementation

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nani22Author Commented:
but what if the sp1 returns multiple select statements besides the select variables.
Reza RadConsultant, TrainerCommented:
>>but what if the sp1 returns multiple select statements besides the select variables.<<
this is not good for ssis,
in fact, ssis can not analyze the result, ssis just assign first row of result to variables, index 0 will be first column , index 1 will be second column and ....
nani22Author Commented:
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