True to fail trace operations if non-spatial objects are encountered without the necessary containment, attachment, or connectivity association to a spatial object, or false to allow tracing of those non-spatial objects. Locatability is determined by whether a non-spatial object has implied geometry. Geometry is implied for non-spatial objects if they are associated via containment (possibly multiple levels) with spatial features. This is typically used with telecommunications networks with many non-spatial objects. For example, if a splice tray (non-spatial junction object) is contained within a splice container (assembly feature), then it would be considered locatable. This property is only applicable for Utility Network versions 4 or later. The default is false.