No, an URL entered into the browser (like for REST) is not sufficient, because the SOAP request is transported in the HTTP body - and only POST requests have a body, not GET requests. And GET is what the browser address bar sends.
but that what i am facing.
cxf-beans.xml file contains jax-ws's but no one is jax-rs.
and the source does not contain any annotation for jax-rs & no java script exist just beans.
after all of that is it accessible throw browser using http get requst
I searched for "envelop" and found that cxf-2.5.0 has cxf-utils.js Java script file that contain alot of functions.
maybe these functions that do the work for get requets, but how it is used with the project.
it is just added into the lib folder.