I just figured out how to filter against a sharepoint list choice type column. Myself being a beginner of sharepoint surfed web a lot to find how to filter for choice type column in a sharepoint list with no success. May be for experienced sharepoint developer this would be a piece of cake. But for me it took some 30 minutes of thinking. So I decided to post this for sharepoint beginners like me.
I have created a sharepoint list called "Customers" in my sample site called "contoso" and I tried to read the list as a feed using my browser. This list has four columns and Region and Size columns are Choice columns.
When I typed
in my browser I got my customer list as a feed. Then I tried filtering for Name and it was easy and success.
http://spsrv/sites/Contoso/_vti_bin/ListData.svc/Customers?$filter=Name eq 'Fabrikam'
But when I tried to filter for Region column using
http://spsrv/sites/Contoso/_vti_bin/ListData.svc/Customers?$filter=Region eq 'East'
it did not give me the feed but gave "HTTP 400 The webpage cannot be found". I googled around but was not successful.
Then I thought a bit and and just opened the feed page viewsource. Aha! there I found the solution and what I was doing wrong. The choice columns had a suffix added as "Value". So my Region was RegionValue.
I then tried with following in my browser and successfully got the filter working against choice column.
http://spsrv/sites/Contoso/_vti_bin/ListData.svc/Customers?$filter=RegionValue eq 'East'
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