Don't exactly remember how is the database on 3.12...but you should be able to find something like
select * from jiraissue where projectkey = <something>
There are just two tables you're interested in, and I'm pretty sure the projects are in a 'projects' table, and the issues are in the 'jiraissue' table
All you need to do is run a query in Jira - don't bother messing with the database, a simple Jira search can do it already.
Once you've done the search in Jira, look at the top of the screen for the various displays for it - if you want to get it into another application, the XML link is very useful. If you need to get a range of different queries, look carefully at the URL for the XML - it will contain the id for a saved filter, or a series of parameters defining your search.
Hooking up something to try to read via SQL is a lot more complicated, less flexible and pretty much pointless.
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