I did a little bit, and I mean a little bit, of looking through the documentation on nHibernate and located a spot for the schema, actually a couple of spots. It can be added to the Hibernate Mapping definition, which will make it a default for all classes within the definition, and by extension all the tables in the database you connect to. You can also add it to the class definition, specifying a particular schema for a given table. So now the query looks like this:
exec sp_executesql N’INSERT INTO dbo.users (Name, Password, EmailAddress, LastLogon, LogonId) VALUES (@p0, @p1, @p2, @p3, @p4)’,N’@p0 nvarchar(9),@p1 nvarchar(6),@p2 nvarchar(13),@p3 datetime,@p4 nvarchar(9)’,@p0=N’Jane Cool’,@p1=N’abc123′,@p2=N’email@example.com’,@p3=’2008-04-25 11:11:48:000′,@p4=N’jane_cool’
On to the data length problem.