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A documentation file is created for each template file, and the documentation directory structure has the same hierarchy and file names as the templates files. A documentation file is created for each template file, and the documentation directory structure has the same hierarchy and file names as the templates files.
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 +The documentation is created in the target directory specified by option [[command-line#target|-target]].
There are 2 modes to generate documentation: There are 2 modes to generate documentation:
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  * **Source to all**   * **Source to all**
-When [[command-line#source_type-and-target_type|-source_type]] is only specified then SQLines generates documentation for migration from //source// to all other types specified in the templates. \\ \\ The documentation is created in //source// subdirectory of of the target directory specified by option [[command-line#target|-target]].+When [[command-line#source_type-and-target_type|-source_type]] is only specified then SQLines generates documentation for migration from //source// to all other types specified in the templates.
  * **Source to target**   * **Source to target**
-When both [[command-line#source_type-and-target_type|-source_type]] and  [[command-line#source_type-and-target_type|-target_type]] are specified, SQLines generates documentation for migration from //source// to //target// (the source and target types, respectively). \\ \\ The documentation is created in //source-to-target// subdirectory of of the target directory specified by option [[command-line#target|-target]].+When both [[command-line#source_type-and-target_type|-source_type]] and  [[command-line#source_type-and-target_type|-target_type]] are specified, SQLines generates documentation for migration from //source// to //target// (the source and target types, respectively).
**Examples** **Examples**