Just the docs, please.
By default, Enunciate compiles, packages and otherwise integrates itself with your Web service application. The reason for this is to make life easier for the basic developer who doesn't want to have to care about deployment descriptors and configuration.
But there are often cases where you're already compiling and packaging up your own endpoints, and you'd just like to have Enunciate generate it's documentation and client-side libraries. No problem.
As of Enunciate 1.10, you can use "docs" goal of the the Enunciate Maven Plugin. For example, the following POM snippet will generate all documentation (including client-side libraries) and put them in the "target/docs" directory.
Maven "Site" Inclusion
As of Enunciate 1.17, you can also use the Maven plugin to include the generated documentation as part of the generated Maven site:
The simple answer is that you export the "docs" artifact to a specified (existing) directory or to a file. (If you export it to a file, it will be exported as the zipped-up directory.)
If you using Ant, this exports the "docs" artifact to the