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representation wiki pages created via REST mostly work but one redirects to ?unmatched-route=true

My page is very simple. It appears in the page heirarchy. When click its link, I see it for half a second and then it redirects.

The page content:

All messages to the [ChannelPilot] must have an action property to be considered


h1. Payload


* channel (string) The name of the channel to send the message to. By default, the first channel in the {{channels}} parameter

* action (string) Any of the valid action names - below

* api (string) If two APIs have the same action, use this property to distinguish between them

* arguments (array) An optional array of parameters. You can use this instead of {{p0}}, {{p1}}, .... If you use both forms, the {{arguments}} eleemnts will be preferred

* context (string) If present, any promise, callback or listened will have this. You could use it for a sequence number

* nolog (string) If present, the value is passed back in any callback. This property is used by the [Multi Channel Driver] widget to suppress logging this message and any callback to the reef (in situations of high traffic).

* p0 (string\|number\|boolean\|object) The first parameter for the api call. Special strings are "\[callback\]" and "\[listener\]" which become functions that return an [ChannelPilot.action.callback] and [ChannelPilot.action.listener] message

* p1 (string\|number\|boolean\|object) The second parameter and so forth. No vaidation is performed on parameters.

* sequence (number) A unique number set in [Multi Channel Driver]


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I don’t know what the problem is but I have discovered that every page title that ends with .action has the same problem. I fixed this by having a script that replaced .action with ._action and putting a clarifying heading on the page. 

That workaround is sufficient for me

Further research: the title is ChannelPilot.action. If the title is anything else, there is no problem

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