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Even if you were on server/DC and hence had access to the database, you should not be abusing it to store data directly, you'll just be stacking up massive problems for your next upgrade or migration and it probably won't work the way you want.
You should find or write an app to host your static data (a server/DC app could actually use the Jira database, but you would do it with "active objects", not looking at the database directly)
@Ankit Jaiswal, you don't have access to the database in Cloud. What are you trying to achieve? Unless you're developing an app; otherwise, you should pursue alternate ways to store the data you want. You could use a custom field to store data, for example.
Yes, by using an app. There is no custom field table out-of-the-box. In this case, I wouldn't bother to try figuring out a way around this either. Have a look at https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1217571/table-grid-next-generation?tab=overview&hosting=cloud