- the String/Unicode types, and their counterparts VARCHAR/
NVARCHAR, emit "max" as the length when no length is
- specified. This makes it more compatible with Postgresql's
- VARCHAR type which is similarly unbounded when no length
+ specified, so that the default length, normally '1'
+ as per SQL server documentation, is instead
+ 'unbounded'. This also occurs for the VARBINARY type.
+ This behavior makes these types more closely compatible
+ with Postgresql's VARCHAR type which is similarly unbounded
+ when no length is specified.
- New DBAPI support for pymysql, a pure Python port