In addition to Greg’s advice, note that File > Database Properties > Share Database > Yes (i.e., selected) must also be set for each database that you want to be available in the server. Else, the database will not appear. There are various reasons for “not found” – including that the document doesn’t exist in the database or is not located at the indexed place where DEVONthink expects to find the document. Check out DEVONthink first – be sure the document actually exists or is indexed correctly. If problems persist, I’d suggest taking relevant screen shots and sending them to support.
Well, that link doesn’t work over here either, FWIW. Is that the base domain + port where you want to expose the server on the internet? Have you enabled sharing in System Preferences > Sharing?
There are quite a few approaches to sharing your computer on the internet. But, basically, the DEVONthink server is not exposed on the internet unless your machine is exposed on the internet - which is a separate configuration process from what DEVONthink’s Preferences > Server handles. Use “Advanced Search” on this forum to find numerous threads on internet sharing + DEVONthink server.
Are you trying to share DEVONthink on a local network – or are you trying to share it on the internet? It makes a difference.
If you are trying to share DEVONthink on the internet, then you first need to share your machine on the internet using System Preferences > Sharing
Not as long as it’s a valid name – stick to common characters and numbers.
FTP (and your FTP password) has nothing to do with DEVONthink sharing. Username and password are optional - but strongly advised if you are sharing your database on the internet.
“server-side” “my server” – are you running a web server? Sorry, but the configuration you’re working with isn’t clear from your questions. Just to say it - if you enable sharing for your machine in System Preferences and then activate the DEVONthink server, it really does “just work”.