SOLVED Connecting Ownpad (Nextcloud application) to an Etherpad app
Ownpad is a Nextcloud application that allows to create and open Etherpad documents. This application requires to have access to an instance of Etherpad to work properly.
I can use an Etherpad instance on the same Cloudron server, but the Cloudron Etherpad application doesn't allow the creation of public pads, so I have to use the Etherpad API. Is this possible?
Indeed @mario, but the issue is on the other side, I can't access to the Etherpad app installed on the same Cloudron server. There's no publics pads access and the API seems not activated
@jeau API access should work. Does the test call in the docs work - https://cloudron.io/documentation/apps/etherpad/#api-access ?
it works fine,
sorry @girish I should have read the Etherpad Cloudron app doc and also the Ownpad one, because I have to enable the detection of pad mimetype by NextCloud https://github.com/otetard/ownpad/#mimetype-detection.
In the terminal, I copied
and then I added in this file
we could add this information to the Cloudron documentation of the NextCloud app, next time I'll read it