Interface mapping Object _Doesn't exist in RuntimeCache_Error_SXMB_MONI

Hi  EXperts ,
Issue in XI --Dev System
I have an simple IDOC  (DESADV.DELVRY03) ->Flat File Scenario . Mapping is done as per the Line of Business requirements .
I have tested mapping and  I get the response as expected.
We released the IDOC (Outbound Processing ) in SAP R/3 , but I get the mapping error in SXMB_MONI.
  <SAP:P1>Object ID 61CFAE955F1A345ABEA3081C92818052 Software Component C31B3EB0F7B811DFC3F3ECDD0AE005A3</SAP:P1>
  <SAP:P2 />
  <SAP:P3 />
  <SAP:P4 />
  <SAP:AdditionalText />
  <SAP:ApplicationFaultMessage namespace="" />
  <SAP:Stack>Interface mapping Object ID 61CFAE955F1A345ABEA3081C92818052 Software Component C31B3EB0F7B811DFC3F3ECDD0AE005A3 does not exist in runtime cache</SAP:Stack>
Activtaed the Interfcae mapping and refeshed the  configurtaion Object :  Interface , Receiver Determination.Noticed  that we have error in Cache Notifictaion --Design Part . The Configuration --Cache update is fine.
I have raised the Ticket to resolve this error.
But as this was high proirity task to be delivered,how can i try fixing this issue myself . I have tried couple of times, creating new interface mapping , activating , referring new interface mapping in : Interface , Reciever Determination but nothing fix this issue.
Please provide me inputs.

Thanks to all of your for your support .
Yes as Udo said , I  did reassign the Interface mapping in : Interface Determintaion / Reciever Determination and activated .
Buta s this isuse was in Development System , and I reliased that there was mismatch of Password entered for : PIAPPLUSER --pipeline user  and Cache Error  with SLD  in Design . Configurtaion / SLD .
Raised ticket for Cache Error which got solved . Resetting password of PI service user also worked .
Release new IDOC in WE19(--outbound DESADV.DELVRY03) and it was successfully processed  to File(xml).
Best Regards,

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