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Moving to/using VS 2010 is one thing, but by what reasons do you need to target vc100 platform/runtime? Why require, possibly, installation of msvc or dotNetfx 4.0 redist (as it seems to ship msvc libraries dll files).
I don't know VS that well, but I would assume you could choose target compiler and runtime version. E.g. choose to build for vc90 runtime. (Yes, found a page. See project properties link below, about Platform toolset.)
If you really need vc10, there's a separate OCCI Vc++ 10 package. It seem to be aimed as addition to "full" Client installation, but perhaps you could make it fit Instant Client. In theory it should work, since it's all OCI based and type of Client doesn't matter in that respect, but I haven't seen it documented. Maybe it's best to check MOS if there's any support notes on the subject.
OCCI in Visual Studio 2010
adjusted re netfx 4 deployment
Edited by: orafad on Jan 20, 2012 1:39 PM
OCCI VS 2010 libraries for 11.2 & 11.1 can be found here