CitectSCADA uses the Cicode function
SetLanguage to switch languages at
run time. To allow the Process Analyst to determine the language to
display, you need to map your CitectSCADA language databases to the
Process Analyst resource files.
To do this, add a new .ini section called
[ProcessAnalyst] to the Citect.ini
file on each of your CitectSCADA clients and servers, and
create a mapping for each language. (This section might already
exist in your Citect.ini file.) The mapping need to use this
where <dbf> is the name of a specific CitectSCADA language translation database, and <ProcessAnalystLanguage> is the language code of the resources.dll file that has the equivalent translations.
The last step is to verify each of your machines contains the necessary language fonts. Windows XP and Windows 2000 both provide facilities to add the necessary languages to your machine via the Regional and Language Options dialog box, accessible from the Control Panel. This step is necessary if you want to use Asian languages on an English operating system. See Creating your own Process Analyst resource.dll for details on adding languages to your system.
With the .ini file now configured, languages
installed, and the Resource.dll files in place when the
SetLanguage Cicode function is
called, CitectSCADA and the
Process Analyst will automatically change into the selected