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Io exception: The Network Adapter could not establish the connection

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I am trying to Load a process server database for an application. (The very first time trying to do this).
According to the instructions given, I am supposed to navigate to the directory where the application is installed (C:\application-name\process-server\db) and I have no problem with that, then I am supposed to run a few .bat file from the cmd screen. It starts to run...

DBStructureLoad starting
DBStructureLoad dbdriver:   : oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
DBStructureLoad dburl         : jdbc:oracle:thin:@jg:1521:performanceDB
DBStructureLoad dbuser     : dbuser
Io exception: The Network Adapter could not establish the connection

I am using a local Oracle10g database.

Where jg is my full computer name, dbuser is the user that the application is going to use and performanceDB is the name of the database. I am very confused with the what is supposed to go after the '@'. I have read that it is supposed to be the host name or some IP address. Anyways, I am just connected to my own network, which consist of only two machines with a router and I am not using a Domain in the   "Member of" (System > Computer Name > Change > Member of). I do use a Workgroup. I am almost sure that I am not explaining my problem that clearly, but maybe this is the best I can do.

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