troubleshooting Question

how to pass one stored procedure's result as another stored procedure's parameter

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Microsoft SQL Server 2005
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First Stored Procedure SP1 has one parameter @job
Second Stored Procedure SP2 has one parameter @estno

executer SP1 @job will return the value of SP2 parameter, @estno = execute so1, @job

How can I create a new Stored procedure SP3, SP3 has one parameter @job, it will pass (executer SP1 @job) to @estno in SP2, and return the result of SP2

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