DML ERROR LOGGING STATEMENT FAILS FOR MULTITABLE INSERT

When I use a simple expression in my dml error logging statement for a multitable insert I get 'end of file on communication channel' on the compile(in all guis tested). It works fine without the simple expression for the multitable insert. The simple expression works ok with a single table insert.
example:
this works ok for single table insert and blows up on multitable inserts:
LOG ERRORS INTO ERR$_INVOICE (TO_CHAR(SYSDATE,'YYYYMMDD HH:MI:SS')) REJECT LIMIT UNLIMITED;
this works ok for both:
LOG ERRORS INTO ERR$_CINVOICE REJECT LIMIT UNLIMITED;
any ideas?

No version number, no DDl, and no DML. No help is possible.
Complete version information and a demo that people can run to duplicate your situation will increase the chance of getting help.
I, for example, have no idea what you intend with the statement multitable insert. Is this a reference to INSERT ALL or INSERT FIRST or some other syntax?

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