DML Error logging for Update statement

Hello,
I am facing a problem with regard to DML Error logging with Update statement .
oracle : 10.2
I am executing following DML update:
BEGIN
UPDATE
table_1  a
SET a.Exp_DATE =a.EFF_DATE
WHERE  a.col_a1 != (SELECT b.colb1
                     FROM table_2  b
                     WHERE  a.msisdn =b.msisdn )
LOG ERRORS INTO table_1_ERR REJECT LIMIT UNLIMITED;                        
END ;    I was expecting that "ORA-01427: single-row subquery returns more than one row" would be captured in LOG error table "table_1_err"
but instead I got run time error and whole dml was rolled back.
Please let me know whether this exception is not captured by DML error logging.
Thanks,
Abhishek

*Oracle logs the following errors during DML operations:** Column values that are too large.
* Constraint violations (NOT NULL, unique, referential, and check constraints).
* Errors raised during trigger execution.
* Errors resulting from type conversion between a column in a subquery and the corresponding column of the table.
* Partition mapping errors.
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http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B19306_01/server.102/b14223/transform.htm#sthref777

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