Changing Oracle Java licencing model impact on TPAM

Hello, does changing Oracle Java licencing model has any impact on TPAM.
Should Customers purchase any services from Oracle to keep TPAM PSM working?
 
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  • As per the FAQ, the following answers the question as TPAM uses Java Web Start:

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    How does Java SE Subscription affect me if I use JavaFX, Java Web Start or Applets as part of my enterprise application?
    Java SE Subscription includes support for JavaFX on Java SE 8 through Oracle Premier Support timelines as described in the Oracle Java SE Support Roadmap.  For more information, see The Future of JavaFX and Other Java Client Roadmap Updates

    Java SE 8 is the last Java SE release targeting Desktop deployment (eg, Java Web Start and a stand-alone system JRE).  Java SE 8 will be end of public updates in January 2019, after which commercial users need to either transition to other technologies, or purchase a Java SE Subscription.  Oracle will provide commercial support for Java SE 8 through at least 2025 including Java Web Start technology.

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    TPAM PSM via JNLP Java Web Start Application would not be impacted in this case as mentioned above  "Oracle will provide commercial support for Java SE 8 through at least 2025 including Java Web Start technology."

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