Using Sitecore aliases, I want to go the a page with a query string. For example I want to go to test/myOriginalPage?query=myQuery using an alias /myAlias.

The only fields I could set are "Path" (name of the alias) and "Target" (target page I want to go).

Typing test/myAlias lets me go to test/myOriginalPage which is okay, but I need to also have the query string ?query=myQuery.

Is there a way to add query strings as well? Or do I need to modify the code?

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You won't be able to do this with an ootb alias and customizing that code just for a querystring seems a bit overkill. Why not use redirects?

There is a redirect module on the marketplace (https://marketplace.sitecore.net/Modules/3/301_Redirect_module.aspx?sc_lang=en) that can help. This one can redirect to an item or a url, which can include a querystring.

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