I use the reference manager software Sente to store my academic PDF references. When syncing between two computers, Sente allows one to either:
- keep attachments (such as PDFs) inside a packaged file as a single bundle/database on the local computer
- keep the PDF files outside of the database/bundle in nested folders on the local computer
This option can be different on each synced computer. For example, on my laptop, I could have all PDFs stored within the packaged file/bundle, whereas on my desktop, I could have all of the PDFs stored in nested folders. Yet, I can still sync the two computers when new files are added/deleted.
Could there be an option to have one computer (which syncs with a WebDAV server) have PDFs/files within a DT database and another computer (which syncs with the same server) have the files outside the DT database in nested folders?
Ideally, I would like to have a database with files contained inside the database on my laptop synced with my desktop, which has the files in nested folders outside of the database. Is this possible? Thanks.