In a real scenario, you would modify this orchestration to do something with the results once they have been retrieved from the database. For example, they can be written to a flat file using the WriteXML and FTP Put File activities. It is good practice to add a Try activity around the Call Procedure activity to handle the error if the database endpoint is not available, or if an error occurs while invoking the procedure.
Additionally, you should publish the orchestration to a runtime environment and test it with a larger input data. Note that the database endpoint is currently configured to use the server localhost, which will not work after deployment. You should convert the database connection parameters to configuration properties so you can modify them from the Web Management Console (WMC) after deployment without needing to change the project in Studio. If a different database is used, you need to recreate the assets from the WMC too. However, all these steps are beyond the scope of this tutorial. See the Resources section for further reading.