I'm not sure I completely understand what you are saying. Do you mean that the SSID for your network does not appear in the rainbow tables? If that's the case, you can't just add a folder into those tables with your SSID name and expect it to work. The hashes are calculated using the SSID as a salt, so the existing hashes in the rainbow tables will not work with your SSID. You will need to create your own rainbow table using a tool like genpmk.
I also don't see the value in combining the use of airolib and cowpatty (although you may have a valid reason). Cowpatty alone is perfectly capable of taking a WPA/2 handshake and a rainbow table to obtain a WPA/2 passphrase.