We are porting a website to drupal. The old site is a custom PHP site that uses "ugly" urls like getPage.php?id=100. In our new site I would like to alias urls like getPage.php?id=100 to point to node/4 so that external links to the old site will continue to work.
There seems to be a problem with the url alias feature. It does not seem to work on aliases that use GET parameters in the url. For instance, if i alias about.php to point to node/3, it works. But i create a url alias that has GET parmeters like getPage.php?id=100 and point to node/3 I see a page not found error.
Is there a way around this?