November 05, 2014 10:19AM
When you import a boundary .shp file, this is just a layer. Sounds like you have it listed under the correct client.
Now you would need to copy each fields boundary from the boundary .shp layer, to the actual boundary layer for the individual field itself.
When you select the field in the tree the map should automatically zoom to that field if you have a boundary established for that field.
If this is not happening, then this is an indication that you do not have a boundary established for the field. It is a layer thing that is a little confusing at times.
When you right click on the field in the tree(with no other layers selected or in view), and select Edit boundaries, what do you see on the map?

Mitch



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/05/2014 10:25AM by Mitch Konen.
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