What is the http address for a Confluence .txt page?

When I want to access an attachment file through Javascript I can use a URL like:

  .....com:1890/download/attachments/xxxxxxx/file.js

 

How can I do the same for the Confluence page file, meaning the myPage.txt file that creates the page?

 

I have access to the myPage.txt file in the Confluence file system that I access using Webdav, but the file address in that case is a local file system address, like   .../myPage/myPage.txt    and that's not what I need. 

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I figured this out, if I just leave off the .txt extension it works. 

e.g.     http: <path>.com:1890/display/spaceName/pageName

Steven Behnke Community Champion Sep 09, 2016

Neat! Thanks for sharing!

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