Our organization just heard about this. Is anyone using it? I'd like to know how much set up is involved, how it works, etc. Does it require you to use the CRP module?
Set up isn't too bad but takes a little bit of work. Obviously you need the new 18.104.22.168 tools to start with. You then need to configure and deploy both the AIS and ADF servers and finally the ESUs for the app itself. The AIS server isn't too bad but our experience was that the ADF documentation is a bit of a first draft and took a bit of interpretation. You don't need to use CRP, it is just a graphical view of the work centre load vs resource capacity by day. So if you make a change to a work order routing step that change is reflected immediately (with refresh) in the calendar view or alternatively if you change the resource hours for a work centre you see those changes in the calendar.
At the moment we have an open call with Oracle trying to work out how to get the whole thing to work behind a load balance or reverse proxy because it does some funky URL passing to get the "seamlessness" to work. If we can figure that part out then we'll include the ADF components in our online demo system that people can have a look at.
Oracle have created document 1990959.1 to bring all of the details together. Just a tip, make sure you take note of the "note" at the bottom of the page because that one stumped us for a few hours.