Disconnect From / Stop a Session
You may deliberately disconnect from the session at any time by tapping the “Disconnect” button at the bottom right of the Code Mode screen. If the Online Coding status indicator which is located on the Coding Session Timer changes from green to red during an online coding session, this indicates that the connection to the server has been broken. CODA will automatically attempt to re-establish the connection. A disconnection which is not deliberate will not affect your coding records because CODA saves your coding data at your device and sends it to the server at intervals. Coda records what data has been transmitted to and saved by the server and as soon as the reconnection is established, CODA will “catch up” on the data coded during the period of disconnection.
You may stop your coding session at any time by tapping the “Stop” button. You will be asked to confirm your intention in the dialog sheet which appears by tapping the Stop Coding button.
If you have tapped the Stop button by mistake, you may return to your coding screen by tapping the Coding Form. The coding session timer will still be active until you have confirmed your intention to stop coding.
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