I had a leak at the sprocket seal, and no, it was not chain lube.
I ordered a new seal, but wanted to ride while it was on its way to my house, so I removed the sprocket, pulled the seal out, and found, while its a cheap looking seal, it looked in fine shape.
Since it came out easy, I thought it might be leaking around the outside of the seal.
Under the seal is the bearing (sealed) that supports the sprocket, and I cleaned things up, put some sealant around the bearing, put some around the seal, and reinstalled it.
I also found some of the case bolts on the loose side and tightened them up.
No more leaks and its been 1500 miles.
No oil comes out with the removal of the seal, at least if the bike is on the side stand and the oil level is correct.