No, this is not supported. How can a simple GET send a valid SOAP envelope to an endpoint?
Since axis offers this service it seems to be possible. I think that the GET request is somehow internally converted or mapped to the corresponding call to the service implelementation.
However I have to learn to live without this.
There must be a number of restrictions for this to work. i.e. it can only work for simple rpc/literal, document/literal endpoints that have a primitive parameter list. What is the use case for the GET request?
With jbossws we have a managed operation where you can paste a valid SOAP envelope in the browser.
Of corse there are a number of restrictions. I personaly used it to do a short test after deploying so I didn't need to for a separate client.
How do I access the managed operation you mentioned? Is it accessible using the JMX-Console? Pasting a SOAP envelope somewhere looks like a good alternative.
This is only available with jbossws in jboss-head
jbossws-1.0 will however be backported to jboss-4.0.x