Easy split

To process split payments you need to pass the split information in the API calls.

If you have Easy Split enabled for your merchant account, you can use these APIs to send split information for every order and refund.

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Enable Easy split

Please reach out to your account manager or write to us at [email protected] to enable Easy Split for your account. Read more about Easy split here.

Create Order

When creating an order you can pass the split information to Cashfree. Cashfree will ensure that you are passing valid vendor details to process these payments. Please make sure that the vendors that are being

Below is a request and response where we have provided split information in the order_splits attribute.

curl --request POST \
  --url https://api.cashfree.com/pg/orders \
  --header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  --header 'x-api-version: 2021-05-21' \
  --header 'x-client-id: xxxx' \
  --header 'x-client-secret: xxxx' \
  --data '{
    "customer_details": {
        "customer_email": "[email protected]",
        "customer_id": "LD09755CSCON10092021",
        "customer_name": "Rohit",
        "customer_phone": "9999911111"
    },
    "order_amount": 22,
    "order_currency": "INR",
    "order_note": "5% club",

    "order_splits": [{
            "vendor_id": "Vendor_1",
            "amount": 10
        },
        {
            "vendor_id": "Vendor_2",
            "amount": 12
        }
    ]
}'
{
  "cf_order_id": 621544485,
  "order_id": "order_863621zDkWCqM0TOLNQv5T57EsGiRohm",
  "entity": "order",
  "order_currency": "INR",
  "order_amount": 22.00,
  "order_expiry_time": "2021-11-07T16:17:54+05:30",
  "customer_details": {
    "customer_id": "LD09755CSCON10092021",
    "customer_name": "Rohit",
    "customer_email": "[email protected]",
    "customer_phone": "9999911111"
  },
  "order_meta": {
    "return_url": null,
    "notify_url": null,
    "payment_methods": null,
  },
  "settlements": {
    "url": "https://api.cashfree.com/pg/orders/order_863621zDkWCqM0TOLNQv5T57EsGiRohm/settlements"
  },
  "payments": {
    "url": "https://api.cashfree.com/pg/orders/order_863621zDkWCqM0TOLNQv5T57EsGiRohm/payments"
  },
  "refunds": {
    "url": "https://api.cashfree.com/pg/orders/order_863621zDkWCqM0TOLNQv5T57EsGiRohm/refunds"
  },
  "order_status": "ACTIVE",
  "order_token": "wk8J2zJwwjaWKcrL2g7p",
  "order_note": "5% club",
  "payment_link": "https://payments.cashfree.com/order/#wk8J2zJwwjaWKcrL2g7p",
  "order_tags": null,
  "order_splits": [
    {
      "vendor_id": "Vendor_1",
      "amount": 10,
      "percentage": null
    },
    {
      "vendor_id": "Vendor_2",
      "amount": 12,
      "percentage": null
    }
  ]
}

In the above example, we have passed split information as raw amount. But you can also pass the split information in percentages.

"order_splits": [
    {
      "vendor_id": "SAUL",
      "percentage": 50
    }, 
    {
      "vendor_id": "DIEGO",
      "percentage": 50
    }
  ]

Refunds

To create refund with split information, you can provide split information in the attribute refund_splits.

curl --request POST \
  --url https://api.cashfree.com/pg/orders/order_863621zDkWCqM0TOLNQv5T57EsGiRohm/refunds \
  --header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  --header 'x-api-version: 2021-05-21' \
  --header 'x-client-id: xxxx' \
  --header 'x-client-secret: xxxx' \
  --data '{
    "refund_id": "refund_1ZGV1mQKR1X2OB3OKDz5p92VU11",
    "refund_amount": 22,
    "refund_note": "hell1o world", 
      "refund_splits": [
    {
      "vendor_id": "Vendor_1",
      "amount": 10
    },
    {
      "vendor_id": "Vendor_2",
      "amount": 12
    }           
  ]
}'
{
  "bank_reference": null,
  "cf_payment_id": 561400287,
  "cf_refund_id": "refund_7630294",
  "created_at": "2021-10-08T16:40:04+05:30",
  "entity": "refund",
  "failure_reason": null,
  "order_id": "order_863621zDkWCqM0TOLNQv5T57EsGiRohm",
  "processed_on": null,
  "refund_amount": 22.00,
  "refund_currency": "INR",
  "refund_id": "refund_1ZGV1mQKR1X2OB3OKDz5p92VU11",
  "refund_note": "hell1o world",
  "refund_splits": [
    {
      "vendor_id": "Vendor_1",
      "amount": 10
    },
    {
      "vendor_id": "Vendor_2",
      "amount": 12
    }
  ],
  "refund_status": "PENDING",
  "refund_type": "refund"
}

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