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XS Advanced: build of db module fails - Invalid JSON object at path /file_suffixes/csv

Hi,

I just created a very simple project in the Web IDE for SAP HANA to validate the installation of the XSA runtime on our system (HANA 1.0 SPS 12) and when I build the db module, I get the following error:

Deploying to the container "TODO_TODO_HDI_CONTAINER"...

16:34:58 (DIBuild) Starting make in the container "TODO_TODO_HDI_CONTAINER" with 4 files to deploy, 0 files to undeploy...
Migrating libraries...
Making...
No make necessary
Making... ok (0s 1ms)
Migrating libraries... ok (0s 2ms)
Making...
Preparing...
Preparing the make transaction...
Deploying the configuration file "src/.hdiconfig"...
Error: Deploying the configuration file "src/.hdiconfig"... failed [8211678]
Error: "src/.hdiconfig": Invalid JSON object at path /file_suffixes/csv [8210017]
at "src/.hdiconfig" (0:0)
Error: Preparing... failed [8211602]
Error: Preparing the make transaction... failed [8211683]
Checking the uniqueness of the catalog objects in the schema "TODO_TODO_HDI_CONTAINER"...
Error: Checking the uniqueness of the catalog objects in the schema "TODO_TODO_HDI_CONTAINER"... failed [8211637]
Error: Make failed (5 errors, 0 warnings): tried to deploy 4 files (effective 0), undeploy 0 files (effective 0), redeploy 0 dependent files [8211557]
Error: Making... failed [8211605]
Error: Starting make in the container "TODO_TODO_HDI_CONTAINER" with 4 files to deploy, 0 files to undeploy... failed [8214168]
Command failed
Deployment to container TODO_TODO_HDI_CONTAINER failed - error: HDI make failed [Deployment ID: none].
Error: HDI make failed
(5s 238ms)

npm ERR! code ELIFECYCLE
npm ERR! errno 1
npm ERR! deploy@ start: `node node_modules/@sap/hdi-deploy/deploy.js`
npm ERR! Exit status 1
npm ERR!
npm ERR! Failed at the deploy@ start script.
npm ERR! This is probably not a problem with npm. There is likely additional logging output above.

Does anyone know how to fix this error?

Thanks,

Pierre

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