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Google indexes database-driven pages quite well. There's no difference, from a spider's point of view, between hand-written HTML and HTML output by ASP code.
The only difference might reside in the fact that ASP pages usually have dynamic URLs (i.e., URLs that include a querystring: the '?' character followed by one or more 'parameter=value' pairs concatenated by '&'). But GoogleGuy tells us [webmasterworld.com] Google is getting better and better about crawling dynamic URLs too.
The reason for Google displaying your site's copyright information as "description" is very simple: the text Google displays in the snippet below each result is based on the keywords you use in your search query, so if you search for your site's name, Google will display a snippet of your site's copyright notice with the site name highlighted in bold. Try different keywords and you'll see different results. :)
About your other question, I guess you'll have to wait for the end-of-the-month update to see the newly indexed pages appearing in Google's index.