Using SQL Server you just have to give the "MAX" parameter to the length of a text data type, but in MySQL there's no such a thing.
According to Ispirer:
"n" is the maximum number of characters, optional
Range: 1 ⇐ n ⇐ 21845 (65535 bytes is the maximum row size shared among all columns)
Does it mean that:
[SQL Server] "NVARCHAR(MAX)" == [MySQL]"NVARCHAR(N)"
Or do i have to say
NVARCHAR(MAX) in MySQL?