but when I’ve tried such things, I just get a sync failed. Is “webdav” part of the necessary URL, or can it be just anything? Do I need to create a folder called “webdav” or something else? Does it go under the “data” folder? What about permissions?
I’ve also seen references to the use of webdav: rather than https:
Yeah, still get the same error (where it tacked on the OmniFocus.ofocus/) in the message
No document exists at “/nextcloud/remote.php/webdav/dhj/OmniFocus.ofocus/
It seems that it’s failing to create this OmniFocus document. Where should that document be getting created? I tried temporarily changing the permissions (recursively) of everything under the “data” folder to 777 but that didn’t work either.
From the Nextcloud interface, that’s the root of your Files app’s folders.
Relative to your Nextcloud data directory, that’s <username>/files/.
For a typical manual install, your path will probably be /var/www/nextcloud/data/dhj/files/. If you’ve changed your data directory, you can check to see what it is from your Nextcloud’s config/config.php, wherever that lives.