No Fault When Dynamic Partner Link Is Down?

Hello,
I have an async process that establishes a dynamic partner link based on runtime data. I understand how to fire off to a dynamic partner link, however, I ran into a problem while testing a scenario where the partner link's endpoint is down.
In situations where the dynamic endpoint is up, my process calls it without any problems. However, when testing what happens if the dynamic endpoint is not available, I expected the process to throw a fault that I can catch. What I find is that an exception is raised in the logs (see below), but the calling process does not throw a fault. The process also continues on as if the call were successful?
Is there something that I can do to ensure that faults are raised in cases where dynamic partner links are down?
<2008-06-07 21:42:13,413> <DEBUG> <default.collaxa.cube.ws> <WSIFInvocationHandler::invoke> invoke failed
org.collaxa.thirdparty.apache.wsif.WSIFException: when invoking locally the endpoint 'http://alcalba2-lap:8889/orabpel/default/CDS_DNS_process/1.0', ; nested exception is:
ORABPEL-00000
Exception not handled by the Collaxa Cube system.
An unhandled exception has been thrown in the Collaxa Cube system. The exception reported is: "ORABPEL-02178
Process not found.
The BPEL process "CDS_DNS_process", revision "1.0" has not been loaded. Either the process was not initialized properly or the process has been disabled.
Please consult your administrator regarding this error. The application server logs may provide more information regarding this error.
v10.1.3.3.0
Thanks!

There is a catch all block. I have no fault policies or fault binding set outside of what is defaulted.
Shouldn't my catch all block be enough to pick this up? It's as if nothing is bubbling up to the process and I clearly see an exception in the logs.

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