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There are several options to do this :
1. You can use the JSP pages from the SSO server and access them through a reverse proxy. The Web Cache from the Oracle Portal installation can be used for this purpose, see e.g. Note [url https://support.oracle.com/CSP/main/article?cmd=show&type=NOT&id=399626.1]399626.1, 'How to Configure WebCache as SSL Accelerator Reverse Proxy for SSO in Single Server Architecture?' and Note [url https://support.oracle.com/CSP/main/article?cmd=show&type=NOT&id=443908.1]443908.1, 'How To Configure Portal And SSO To Use The Same Name, Protocol and Port'. Both where written for AS10g but the same idea can be applied to 11g as well.
Note that SSO provides a login page by default which you can customise according to the instructions in the documentation :
[url http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B14099_19/idmanage.1012/b14078/custom.htm#i1015535]12 Creating Deployment-Specific Pages
Oracle® Application Server Single Sign-On Administrator's Guide
10g Release 2 (10.1.2)
2. Create a Portal page accessibility without authentication and add the seeded Login portlet.
One note about Oracle Single Sign-On :
Error correction support for Oracle Single Sign-On has ended in December 2012. Should you require premier support for your single sign-on solution, you would need to migrate to Oracle Access Manager.
Thanks, EJ, I'll look into these. I've toyed with the reverse proxy idea before, but have always been scared to try. Too bad there isn't an easy way to simply put a JSP on the middle tier server that can run like it was with PHP in 10g.