can you share the workbook?
You need to be sure that you don't have a single data point that is somewhere far from what you are expecting. You may just have a long or lat value that is out of wack.
Has anybody solved this problem? I'm having a map with a polygon. Every time I place the polygon on the map, it zooms out to worldview. I've checked and this is the only spatial object in the data set and the min/max coordinates have been confirmed to be the much smaller area in California.
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What is the data source (.shp, .hyperdb, etc.)?
How was the data created - via an Alteryx flow? Extract API?
If using the Extract API or a 3rd party tool like Alteryx or FME, it is possible to create an output that does not properly calculate the bounding box information for the geographic data. If you can -- output the data in the form of any spatial file (.shp, .kml, .geojson, etc.) and this should automatically resolve the issue.
We are working on a robust solution for the problem we know about.