The Process Analyst uses a special file, called Resources.dll, to store of its display strings and dialog boxes. This file holds the native translations for your version of the Process Analyst; these native translations are considered the default language. For example, the Japanese version of the Process Analyst will contain Japanese resources inside the Resources.dll file.
A separate Resources.dll file needs to be created
for each individual language that you want to support in your
system. Rename the file using a special format to indicate the
language. The Process Analyst expects the file to be named
Resources_<LanguageCode>.dll, where <LanguageCode> is the unique
identifier of your dll.
For example, if you are creating French resources, name your dll Resources_fr.dll. CitectSCADA uses the RFC 1766 standard for specifying culture names.
Creating your own Process Analyst resource.dll
All language Resources*.dll files needs to be placed in the same directory as the Analyst.dll file.
The example below shows a system that contains English as the default, and has alternative languages of French, German and Chinese.